Are you facing a struggle in your life that you feel you can't handle on your own? Whether it's cancer, your mental health, something financial, or counselling, we can offer a place to start. With God's help, we are becoming a community of compassion and support that wants to be there for one another.

PrayerLink

PrayerLink is designed to intercede for the personal prayer needs of our NSA church community.  If you need prayer, email your prayer request to prayerlink@nsac.bc.ca   Your request will be held in the strictest confidence and shared only with members on the PrayerLink team, each of whom is dedicated to pray for you. If you prefer your request to be anonymous, please indicate that in your email.

We'd love to support you in prayer.  Reach out!

Care Team

We want to encourage, pray for and bless those in our church community who are unable to regularly attend Sunday services due to poor health, mobility challenges or aging.  If you know someone who we could reach out to with a phone call, home or hospital visit, please call the church office or contact Anne Thicke 604-984-6422 ext 235 or annet@nsac.bc.ca

Wings of Hope

Women's Cancer Support Group More... 

Care Fund Assistance

Do you have a financial emergency need?  We may be able to offer you limited, one time assistance. To find out more, please contact our church office: 604-984-6422. 

Counselling Referral and Assistance

Are you struggling to sort through a personal issue and are not sure where to turn? We may be able to help by referring you to a certified, professional counsellor with a Christian perspective.  One of our pastors would be happy to meet with you to see what kind of referral we could make.  Contact our church office to make an apointment: 604-984-6422. 

Divorce Care

Few people around you understand the pain your divorce or separation has caused you, your family and your friends.  More...

Stephen Ministry One to One Care

Stephen Ministry is about training and organizing lay people to provide one-to-one Christian care to hurting people in our church family and community. More...